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MacRumors
Aug 16, 2007, 11:40 AM
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Phill Ryu posts (http://phillryu.com/2007/08/16/5-iphone-apps-id-like-to-see-from-apple/) a list of 5 native iPhone Apps he'd like to see with mockup designs of the applications:


http://images.macrumors.com/article/2007/08/16/booksfull[2]_500.jpg


The wishlist (http://phillryu.com/2007/08/16/5-iphone-apps-id-like-to-see-from-apple/) includes:

- An Archive.org/Ebook Reader
- iTunes Store for iPhone
- Sketching for iPhone
- VoIP Calls
- iMovie for iPhone

I think based on all the web-IM applications, we can safely add iChat instant messaging to the list of most wanted applications.

Article Link (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2007/08/16/iphone-apps-wishlist/)



kainjow
Aug 16, 2007, 11:51 AM
- iMovie for iPhone

That's just a silly suggestion...

Telp
Aug 16, 2007, 12:00 PM
That's just a silly suggestion...

man that's exactly what I was thinking. Hoping this shotvideo os one thing but an actual movie editing app is just crazy.

Manatee
Aug 16, 2007, 12:01 PM
I have a list too. It doesn't have anything in common with his. But he has mockups.

My list has:

1. App to download .puz (crossword puzzle files) and do them on the iPhone
2. Sync Notes and ToDo list
3. Create and edit documents and spreadsheets
4. App to securely hold passwords and other information
5. App with nice PIM interface that shows me my upcoming meetings, to-dos, recently opened documents, etc., all on one nice "home screen"

I have others, but those are my Top 5. I definitely live in a different world from Phill.

studiomusic
Aug 16, 2007, 12:16 PM
- iMovie for iPhone


I saw that and LOVED the idea!
Enable movie mode for the camera, and then a little app to move them around...maybe a few transitions and a title generator... and VOILA!
Post it to YouTube - you're set!

kainjow
Aug 16, 2007, 12:24 PM
I saw that and LOVED the idea!
Enable movie mode for the camera, and then a little app to move them around...maybe a few transitions and a title generator... and VOILA!
Post it to YouTube - you're set!

Let's say you did have a very simple iMovie-like application on your iPhone. According to this (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2007/08/16/geekbench-on-the-iphone/) article, you'd be editing movies at the speed of about a PowerMac G5 @ 160Mhz, with 128MB of RAM. You'd have it done faster if you just waited until you got home and edited it on your desktop. :rolleyes:

djkirsten
Aug 16, 2007, 12:26 PM
i'd like to see software + hardware (a double ipod ended cable) that would let you plug your ipod into your iphone and you could play music and especially video from your ipod on your iphone (and its beautiful screen).

apple probably wouldn't allow it as then you could have a "80 + 4 or 8 gig" iphone.

cmon! with that special cable you can plug your camera into your ipod and upload photos to it.

i also agree that making the iphone into more of a computer would be neat with some programs that'll let you draw and copy and paste and edit documents. The thing already is pretty much a laptop....with just a few software updates this thing could really do some sweet stuff (not as if it doesn't already, the phone blows me away every day)!

Flowbee
Aug 16, 2007, 12:31 PM
Forget apps... I just want video out. (Ok, more apps would be nice, too)

poppe
Aug 16, 2007, 12:39 PM
I just sleep at night dreaming it would be open... Such wonderful applications out for OS X...

studiomusic
Aug 16, 2007, 12:40 PM
Let's say you did have a very simple iMovie-like application on your iPhone. According to this (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2007/08/16/geekbench-on-the-iphone/) article, you'd be editing movies at the speed of about a PowerMac G5 @ 160Mhz, with 128MB of RAM. You'd have it done faster if you just waited until you got home and edited it on your desktop. :rolleyes:

Well, I'm not going to be editing hi-res dv video, it would be more of a scratch rendering-type codec (pro-res for iphone?).
I used to edit video on an old imac G3...

SalsaShark
Aug 16, 2007, 01:04 PM
What I still would like more than probably anything else is an IM client. However, I don't think we're likely to see it--ever--for one big reason. With 1G GPRS, you can do voice and data simultaneously, albeit slowly. Since an IM client needs to constantly poll for data, it works fine on 1G, but on EDGE, you'd never receive a phone call because it would always be tied up.

So other than short sessions using a web-based client, SMS, and incoming IM to SMS, I think we're SOL.

Manatee
Aug 16, 2007, 01:08 PM
...but on EDGE, you'd never receive a phone call because it would always be tied up.

So other than short sessions using a web-based client, SMS, and incoming IM to SMS, I think we're SOL.

But just about every other phone you can type on (Treo, Win Mob, Smartphone, BB) has IM clients available. It's just a matter of how much risk each iPhone owner is willing to take that he/she will miss phone calls.

BornAgainMac
Aug 16, 2007, 01:11 PM
Forget apps... I just want video out. (Ok, more apps would be nice, too)

That would be an excellent feature. Not just the limited to the regular iPod to display photos and movies. It would be nice to navigate your iPhone and see all that action on the big screen too.

CMTobin
Aug 16, 2007, 01:12 PM
That's exactly the problem that I'm hoping they resolve... To me an iChat program would be useless unless it was like the SMS program, and didn't affect how I received calls.

Does anyone know if using the EDGE means not getting calls, texts, and voicemails is an iPhone exclusive problem...or if that is TRUELY just a downfall of EDGE and we're forever dumbed to decided which we'd like?

I don't even like checking e-mail automatically once I realized many people were being sent straight to voicemail.. To me, the iPhone is almost just a phone now.. Receiving calls on my CELL PHONE is kinda a big deal!

Yixian
Aug 16, 2007, 01:25 PM
*mearp* No, sorry, the correct answer was in fact: ScummVM!

riverfreak
Aug 16, 2007, 01:41 PM
That's exactly the problem that I'm hoping they resolve... To me an iChat program would be useless unless it was like the SMS program, and didn't affect how I received calls.

Does anyone know if using the EDGE means not getting calls, texts, and voicemails is an iPhone exclusive problem...or if that is TRUELY just a downfall of EDGE and we're forever dumbed to decided which we'd like?

I don't even like checking e-mail automatically once I realized many people were being sent straight to voicemail.. To me, the iPhone is almost just a phone now.. Receiving calls on my CELL PHONE is kinda a big deal!

Uh, what?

Using EDGE doesn't affect your ability to receive calls or texts. When using your PHONE, EDGE data services are not available.

The absence of iChat is dumbfounding. Chat has been a standard feature of most smartphones for years now. Instead they wrote an iChat-like interface to SMS (which is admittedly cool, but not the same thing at all as iChat). I don't get it.

dasmb
Aug 16, 2007, 01:51 PM
eBook Reader -- Well, you have that NOW if you want it. Just email yourself the book in your choice of txt, doc or pdf, and you can read it just fine. Would be nice to have a better interface for it, but it's not a big deal.

Sketching -- I actually wrote an AJAX app that did this, before finding out that the iPhone didn't support the necessary mouse movement events. Problem with it will be that the iPhone's screen is just wrong for drawings of any meaning or precision. My app was called "Fingerpaint" and was nothing more than a diversion, the kind of thing you could set your kids on or doodle with at the bar.

VOIP -- Really now. You want to use a cell phone to get the internet so you can make phone calls on it? Dumb! And since the biggest argument FOR would be to save money on phone calls, you can bet AT&T will resist all the way.

iTunes Store for Phone -- Would be great for podcasts and internet radio, and I bet I'd use it once in a while for other stuff. But Edge is too slow for full res video downloads.

iMovie -- What is he stoned? The technical aspects of this aren't that bad (we have hardware to create video and play back video, so all you'd be dealing with is splicing). But having worked with small devices before, I can say they are obnoxious to use for creating rich content (Word Apps, Excel Docs, etc). Mail, Events and Contacts are enough for me, thanks.

However, some Apps we really, really need:
iChat.
Internet Radio.
Flash (just necessary for too many sites).

Some that might be nice:
A dashboard.
A very basic money management app -- check your bank and credit accounts, record purchases, etc.
Movie/Audio recording (though I doubt I'd ever use this).

dasmb
Aug 16, 2007, 01:58 PM
BTW: the absence of something so obvious like chat is almost certainly due to the complex industry politics Apple had to play to get the iPhone released. I'll bet AT&T was nervous about their data network expanding exponentially and they translated that to a moratorium against any data apps that were "always on," such as chat or internet radio or even push email.

I'll bet Apple had even developed the thing, and then had to turn it off at AT&T's insistence. Why else would we get such a perfunctory SMS application, lacking multimedia capabilities like sending pictures and movies, unless it was a scaled back afterthought?

Leesure
Aug 16, 2007, 02:07 PM
1. App to download .puz (crossword puzzle files) and do them on the iPhone
2. Sync Notes and ToDo list
3. Create and edit documents and spreadsheets
4. App to securely hold passwords and other information
5. App with nice PIM interface that shows me my upcoming meetings, to-dos, recently opened documents, etc., all on one nice "home screen"


I couldn't care less about #1, but the rest are dead on. Especially the ToDo.

velorapide
Aug 16, 2007, 02:09 PM
Let's say you did have a very simple iMovie-like application on your iPhone. According to this (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2007/08/16/geekbench-on-the-iphone/) article, you'd be editing movies at the speed of about a PowerMac G5 @ 160Mhz, with 128MB of RAM. You'd have it done faster if you just waited until you got home and edited it on your desktop. :rolleyes:

Um... read it again...

but it looks like the ARM CPU performs reasonably well (around 10% the performance of a Power Mac G5 1.6GHz at the best of times)

njfuzzy
Aug 16, 2007, 02:41 PM
Um... read it again...

10% of 1600 MHz is 160 MHz.

mainstreetmark
Aug 16, 2007, 02:43 PM
Um... read it again...

YOU read it again. :)

(around 10% the performance of a Power Mac G5 1.6GHz at the best of times)

technocoy
Aug 16, 2007, 03:22 PM
What I still would like more than probably anything else is an IM client. However, I don't think we're likely to see it--ever--for one big reason. With 1G GPRS, you can do voice and data simultaneously, albeit slowly. Since an IM client needs to constantly poll for data, it works fine on 1G, but on EDGE, you'd never receive a phone call because it would always be tied up.

So other than short sessions using a web-based client, SMS, and incoming IM to SMS, I think we're SOL.

No No No... unless nokia is magic this is one of the biggest falsities I've been seeing.

I have IM on my old E62 and I was constantly interrupted by incoming calls.

This is absolutely some kind of urban tech myth. I agree that maybe it's the other way around, but I have always received calls while on IM.

SalsaShark
Aug 16, 2007, 03:27 PM
Well, then they're doing something the iPhone isn't, because I can verify with 100% repeatability that while actively using EDGE I can't receive calls.

AJsAWiz
Aug 16, 2007, 03:36 PM
It would be nice to see applications (not web based) and ring tones available on the iTunes Store :D

guzhogi
Aug 16, 2007, 04:15 PM
i'd like to see software + hardware (a double ipod ended cable) that would let you plug your ipod into your iphone and you could play music and especially video from your ipod on your iphone (and its beautiful screen).

I remember when Apple first released the USB camera adaptor thing for the iPod and thought w/ the right hack, you can connect another ipod to it w/ its cable and do that. http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore.woa/wa/RSLID?mco=20538A8A&nplm=M9861G/B

bellicelli
Aug 16, 2007, 04:19 PM
eBook Reader -- Well, you have that NOW if you want it. Just email yourself the book in your choice of txt, doc or pdf, and you can read it just fine. Would be nice to have a better interface for it, but it's not a big deal.

While this works, it doesn't work very well. If you've ever used eReader on the Palm or MobiPocket (which, themselves, are lacking in features) you'd know what I mean. Ability to highlight, dictionary lookup, addition of notes, direct access to chapter markers, font size modification are all necessary if the iPhone is going to be a useful ebook reader.

I was really hoping that the phone would be able to replace this function so I could get rid of my Palm. Actually, I did get rid of my Palm and now I don't read as much, unfortunately.

I'd love for Apple to standardize the eBook market as they've done with music. There are far too many proprietary DRM systems out there - Palm, Adobe, MobiPocket, Rocket, Sony - all with their own formats, DRM nonsense, missing features. I'd love to be able to buy books through iTunes and load them onto my phone or read them on my MBP.

CMTobin
Aug 16, 2007, 05:37 PM
Uh, what?

Using EDGE doesn't affect your ability to receive calls or texts. When using your PHONE, EDGE data services are not available.

The absence of iChat is dumbfounding. Chat has been a standard feature of most smartphones for years now. Instead they wrote an iChat-like interface to SMS (which is admittedly cool, but not the same thing at all as iChat). I don't get it.

...I'm sorry to inform you, but you're wrong. There is much on this very forum about this issue...

-Sorry.

NMR Guy
Aug 16, 2007, 05:38 PM
iMAME

technocoy
Aug 16, 2007, 06:11 PM
the edge thing is something that apple has to correct. it's not a problem with edge itself which is what I and some other are trying to say. Seems if they are using standard 2.5G radio parts it shouldn't take more than a firmware update.

As many shots as apple has called on this whole thing I can't imagine them not being able to persuade AT&T on letting them add IM at some point.

Nearly every smartphone they sell has an IM client. This would be a stupid request on AT&Ts part.

kcroy
Aug 16, 2007, 06:14 PM
Here are my five:

1) voice-recording on the iPhone (memos, great ideas, ect. that when synced go straight to iTunes.)

2) video capture

3) voice dialing (not really an app, but that would be nice.)

4) Photobooth (let's do some silly things with our camera...we do in anyway.)

5) set iTune song as ringtone (not an app either, but that would be great)

jt2ga65
Aug 16, 2007, 08:43 PM
I'd love for Apple to standardize the eBook market as they've done with music. There are far too many proprietary DRM systems out there - Palm, Adobe, MobiPocket, Rocket, Sony - all with their own formats, DRM nonsense, missing features. I'd love to be able to buy books through iTunes and load them onto my phone or read them on my MBP.

Apple standardized the music market? That's news to me. MP3 was out a LONG time before Apple even dreamed of entering the market with the iPod, and it's a far superior (and open) format than AAC, or whatever format that Apple insists on for DRM.

The only additional application I want for the iPhone is iChat, with capibilities to work with AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Google, etc. I don't remember what iChat for the MAc supports, as I choose to use Gaim.

Other than that application (which my RAZR had day 1), I would like them to add features to their existing application, like the ability to sort and search your email, and the ability to manage multiple identities (NOT email accounts, but addresses). Ring tones? Does ANYONE not think that it's completely stupid for a device based on a iPod to NOT have the option for a custom ringtone?

-jt2

voncheech
Aug 16, 2007, 08:55 PM
Here are my five:

1) voice-recording on the iPhone (memos, great ideas, ect. that when synced go straight to iTunes.)

2) video capture

3) voice dialing (not really an app, but that would be nice.)

4) Photobooth (let's do some silly things with our camera...we do in anyway.)

5) set iTune song as ringtone (not an app either, but that would be great)

best requests yet ! why no video capture? could a software update make it possible?

phillryu
Aug 16, 2007, 09:20 PM
best requests yet ! why no video capture? could a software update make it possible?

A software update to enable video capture should be possible. There were some 3rd party native apps being developed at the recent C4 conference, and the top iPhone hack was rudimentary video conferencing.

angelwatt
Aug 16, 2007, 09:24 PM
Just skimmed the pics, but looks like some nice ideas. If I ever get an iPhone I'll like them even more.

SuperChuck
Aug 16, 2007, 09:36 PM
How about a feature that every other freaking phone on the planet has - MMS. I love my iPhone, but I know scores of people who simply won't consider one because they rely too heavily on MMS.

gillilandboy
Aug 16, 2007, 09:43 PM
They missed iChat.....

megfilmworks
Aug 16, 2007, 11:09 PM
Filemaker Pro or the new Numbers
Syncing notes and to dos
iTunes

smada
Aug 17, 2007, 03:26 AM
Let's say you did have a very simple iMovie-like application on your iPhone. According to this (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2007/08/16/geekbench-on-the-iphone/) article, you'd be editing movies at the speed of about a PowerMac G5 @ 160Mhz, with 128MB of RAM. You'd have it done faster if you just waited until you got home and edited it on your desktop. :rolleyes:

My Sony Ericsson Z520a has movie editing software and it is hardly cutting edge hardware. I can add transitions and titles as well as combine, arrange, and cut video clips. While I wouldn't use it to replace iMovie its a great little app. If my year or two old free phone can do it, why not an iPhone?

jazzkids
Aug 17, 2007, 04:29 AM
Not necessarily only apps, but I'd like to see

1. Legal, non hack, DUNS
2. Word processing that syncs to Pages / iWork
3. Ability to connect bluetooth GPS
4. Ability to connect bluetooth keyboard
5. Video out. OMG, video out with Keynote! :eek:

Deslock
Aug 17, 2007, 05:13 AM
Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1C25 Safari/419.3)

All I want:

1 copy/paste
2 search pim (especially contacts)
3 spreadsheet
4 flash in safari
5 dictionary
6 pdf reader
7 ssh/sftp
8 chess
9 iChat
10 remote desktop

hatcher002
Aug 17, 2007, 07:36 AM
netstumbler terminal as defult app we have utillies on osx why not on the iphone landscape keybord in every app spotlight and more that i cant think of at this moment

mainstreetmark
Aug 17, 2007, 07:48 AM
Apple standardized the music market? That's news to me. MP3 was out a LONG time before Apple even dreamed of entering the market with the iPod, and it's a far superior (and open) format than AAC, or whatever format that Apple insists on for DRM.
-jt2

I don't think I've ever heard anyone say that MP3 was "far superior" to it's direct successor, AAC, which has many clear advantages and is also quite open. The PS3 uses it, for example.

Apple has augmented AAC with their industry-required DRM, which was the only way the record dinosaurs would agree to the iTMS, so while the audio format is open, the DRM wrapped around it is obviously closed, and fundamentally opposed by Jobs, and therefore Apple.

Have a read:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Audio_Coding#AAC.E2.80.99s_improvements_over_MP3

mcorange
Aug 17, 2007, 07:50 AM
Guys....Guys!!!! The only thing iPhone is obviously lacking is a native port of Porngetter OS X. Yeah, okay...I know that even Porngetter OS X doesn't exiost anymore, but how brilliant would it be? All the day, sitting at your office and when you get home you plug your phone and voilá! 8 Gigs of Hard-core porn for the evening.

Boys, this is aaaaaaaaall we want. :p

Over and out,

bellicelli
Aug 17, 2007, 08:02 AM
Apple standardized the music market? That's news to me. MP3 was out a LONG time before Apple even dreamed of entering the market with the iPod, and it's a far superior (and open) format than AAC, or whatever format that Apple insists on for DRM.

That's my point. As Apple became the 3rd largest music seller in June behind Walmart and Best Buy, they have standardized a market filled with mixed formats and sales methods. Note that electronic iTunes sales are mixed with bricks-and-mortar sales - and they're still 3rd.

This is what I'd like to see out of Apple (and iPhone) for book sales. With half a dozen formats and sales methods out there (see my original post), I'd like to see Apple pick a format or create a new one, but make it easy to browse, sample, buy and read - exactly what iTunes has done for music.

BritinNC
Aug 17, 2007, 09:30 AM
- To do list
- Ability to securely store and access information, e.g. passwords, etc (like SplashId for the palm)
- Ability to access and display files (Ofiice, iWork, pdf) that are on my mac, or even my iDisk (Back to my Mac for the iPhone). I don't really care about changing them right now I just want to be able to read them.
- Ability to wirelessly connect to an accessory that connects to a projector or display so I can send and control presentations, etc. Don't want it tethered.
- I'd take the ability to iChat with someone through SMS (they use iChat, I use the iPhone, they don't realize that that is how I'm connected) if the talk about iChat degrading the phone is true. I already miss enough calls with AT&T's crappy service, I don't need to miss more for the sake of iChat and I'd pay for more SMS messages to have this capability.

SalsaShark
Aug 17, 2007, 10:07 AM
As for your last point, you can already do that. If they send an IM to your cell phone number with a plus in front of it, you'll get it as an SMS and can reply to their IM.

BritinNC
Aug 17, 2007, 11:01 AM
As for your last point, you can already do that. If they send an IM to your cell phone number with a plus in front of it, you'll get it as an SMS and can reply to their IM.

Didn't know that.

Thanks!

Does it go through the Internet? I got dinged for extra $$ when I sent International SMS messages, but I suspect through this method I'll just be using my packaged SMS messages, right?

SalsaShark
Aug 17, 2007, 11:33 AM
Yeah. It works with AIM anyway. I suspect they just have some AIM-SMS bridge on their end that handles it. Should be treated like a regular SMS on the phone. Another option is to set up a mobile account on AIM which will always be shown as online to other AIM users, but will forward messages directly to your phone.

bmarker
Aug 17, 2007, 12:58 PM
A software update to enable video capture should be possible. There were some 3rd party native apps being developed at the recent C4 conference, and the top iPhone hack was rudimentary video conferencing.

I was excited about the video capture part of the video call app more than the call part. Sadly, reading the details, it didn't do video. It just snapped frequent photos. It was more like talking heads than real video (just from the description as I haven't seen it). There's nothing to prove that the camera in the iPhone could do video with just a software update (though that does not prove it is impossible either).

askripko
Aug 17, 2007, 03:42 PM
Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1C25 Safari/419.3)

All I want:

1 copy/paste
2 search pim (especially contacts)
3 spreadsheet
4 flash in safari
5 dictionary
6 pdf reader
7 ssh/sftp
8 chess
9 iChat
10 remote desktop

Deslock You read my thoughts, i have exactly the same wish list, so i am not alone in this cruel world...

mrrory
Aug 17, 2007, 07:52 PM
on EDGE, you'd never receive a phone call because it would always be tied up..

Never had this problem with any of my Sidekicks before I got my iPhone... and now they look like joke toys from the 80s!

iBookG4user
Aug 17, 2007, 07:54 PM
I would love to have an ebook app that could also read .rtf files and remembered where I last was in the book. That'd be great!

MacTheSpoon
Aug 17, 2007, 10:18 PM
Wow, I love those mockups. I really, really want an SDK released and to see all the cool apps that people come up with!

applehappy
Aug 17, 2007, 11:06 PM
I have a list too. It doesn't have anything in common with his. But he has mockups.

My list has:

1. App to download .puz (crossword puzzle files) and do them on the iPhone
2. Sync Notes and ToDo list
3. Create and edit documents and spreadsheets
4. App to securely hold passwords and other information
5. App with nice PIM interface that shows me my upcoming meetings, to-dos, recently opened documents, etc., all on one nice "home screen"

I have others, but those are my Top 5. I definitely live in a different world from Phill.
Yes! My number one is an ewallet (#4)
I cannot believe we haven't seen something yet! Come on, give us a dashboard and allow widgets galore!

cwedl
Aug 19, 2007, 12:11 PM
A native wikipedia app would be good!

benspratling
Aug 19, 2007, 02:41 PM
1) Native Apps (so I don't constantly have to wait for the Bible to download from my webpage when I want to read it. Over EDGE, each chapter takes 4-5 seconds.)
2) Video Out, support for quicktime interactive and/or Keynote so I can present from my phone and not lug the laptop.
3) Ringtone (iTunes store or not, I don't care) but something that doesn't require hacking.
4) Spotlight, including "back to my Mac" to search and view any file on my entire .mac account. (And more than just 100 e-mails! The 100 I have on the phone are the 100 I still remember.)
5) Sound/video recording to I can take notes in class or catch an event in action.

also:
6) dictionary
7) Flash/java/.wmv plug-ins for Safari
8) Instant messaging
9) Drawing
10) hand writing recognition
11) voice recognition

HiRez
Aug 19, 2007, 03:09 PM
1. SlingBox!

2. WoW Lite: You can't play the game, but it gives you an interface for doing some common "housekeeping" tasks, such as managing your bag and bank inventories, auction house, trade skills, mail, chat channels, examining items, and maybe access to a vendor with some basic goods. All 2D artwork, relatively low-bandwidth.

Bush438
Aug 19, 2007, 05:02 PM
1. Flash
2. Flash
3. Flash
4. Flash
5. Flash

EricBrian
Aug 19, 2007, 07:35 PM
1) voice-recording on the iPhone (memos, great ideas, ect. that when synced go straight to iTunes.)

If you really need this, try Jott. I use it and it works great.

http://www.jott.com/

EricBrian
Aug 19, 2007, 07:42 PM
Things on my wishlist:

- VOIP (Skype)
- Rings tones from my own library
- IM
- Numbers (Spreadsheet) and Pages (Wordprocessor)
- Games
- Good head set
- Video Out